Greg Miller Named CEO, President of Henry S. Miller Cos.

Greg Miller
Henry S. Miller Cos. has announced key leadership changes, following the untimely death of Vance C. Miller this past February. Greg Miller, Vance’s son and former president of Miller Realty Investment Partners and HSM Equity Partners, has been named president and CEO. His mother, “Tincy” Miller, will serve as the company’s chairwoman. She released the following statement:


“Vance was committed to the continued success of the Henry S. Miller family of companies. The Miller company was founded on and continues to operate by providing the best in commercial real estate service and integrity. I am so very proud, as would Vance have been, to announce Greg as the new CEO and President of Henry S. Miller Cos. His experience, professionalism, respect for others and motivation to grow the company are all aspects that will guide Henry S. Miller through our 100th anniversary successfully and ensure the achievement of Miller’s 200th anniversary.”

The company was founded by Greg’s great-grandfather, Henry S. Miller Sr., in 1914. Yesterday, Vaughn Miller, former president of the retail division, announced his departure from the firm, with plans to launch his own retail development group.

Greg Miller said in a statement that he’ll focus on driving Henry S. Miller Brokerage’s continued growth.

“I will do my utmost to live up to the legacy set forth by my father, grandfather, and great grand father—the greatest leaders our profession has ever seen,” he said. “My job is to support our producers in their success which is made much easier by the fact that we have the best and brightest in the business.”

Prior to joining the firm 10 years ago, Greg Miller practiced real estate law for eight years at Geary, Porter and Donovan PC.

Sam Kartalis, president and chief operating officer of Henry S. Miller Realty Services, said the new CEO has the needed experience—and the respect and support of all divisional leaders within the organization. “Greg is eminently qualified to manage and grow the company.” Kartalis said.